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Fire OG

aka Fire OG Kush

Fire OG is a indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush and SFV OG Kush. This strain has an aroma similar to Lemon Pledge and has euphoric effects that are potent and long-lasting. Fire OG is one of the strongest OG strains, and is a fan favorite among consumers who have a high THC tolerance. Fire OG gets its name from the frosty red hairs that make the strain appear to look like it is on fire. Fire OG plants typically flower in 9-10 weeks.

Fire OG is a indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing OG Kush and SFV OG Kush. This strain has an aroma similar to Lemon Pledge and has euphoric effects that are potent and long-lasting. Fire OG is one of the strongest OG strains, and is a fan favorite among consumers who have a high THC tolerance. Fire OG gets its name from the frosty red hairs that make the strain appear to look like it is on fire. Fire OG plants typically flower in 9-10 weeks.

Fire OG, aka Fire OG Kush, is a hybrid cannabis strain.

Weed killer flame gun death misadventure verdict

12 October 2016

An 86-year-old gardener died after being “consumed within a fireball” while using a flame gun used for killing weeds, an inquest has heard.

Francis Dunlop was fitting a canister onto the Kill Weed device in his garage in Bourne, Lincolnshire, when some of the gas spilled on his clothing.

His clothes were contaminated when he lit the gadget and he died despite a neighbour trying to save him.

Coroner Paul Cooper concluded his death was due to misadventure.

A report by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, which was read out at the inquest in Boston, stated Mr Dunlop’s death on 15 June 2015 was “the result of a tragic accident”.

It said he “suffered from a severely reduced level of manual dexterity and movement” and as a result, could not get the tool’s built-in ignition system to work.

‘No fault with tool’

He was unaware his clothes had been contaminated when he used a hand-held lighter to ignite the device at his home on Betjeman Close.

“Mr Dunlop was consumed within a fireball which engulfed his person,” Deputy Divisional Commander Ian Woods said in the report.

By the time his neighbour arrived Mr Dunlop was already on fire and standing in the doorway of his garage, he said.

Mr Woods said there were “clear instructions” on the canister, which showed it should be changed outdoors and a warning that a small amount of gas would be released during the fitting process.

He added the fire investigation officer had found no fault with the weed burner when it was tested.

An 86-year-old gardener died after being "consumed within a fireball" while using a flame gun used for killing weeds, an inquest hears.